The Sunday Post #11
The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba from The Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
After a very short respite during Christmas I’m back to studying full-time. Like I said on Twitter, I absolutely can’t wait for holidays to feel like holidays again. At least things will calm down in February (:
Anyways, I had a fabulous time with Christmas, got lots of cool presents (one of which I’ll show you guys soon) and ate tons of yummy foods.
I don’t really do resolutions, because I think it’s slightly ridiculous to wait to do something until the new year starts – if you want to change something, why not start immediately? Therefore I’ve already started organising my blog a few weeks ago, and right now I’m working on keeping everything go smoothly (: I’ve written reviews for up to February, which is amazing for your stress levels!
I hope you all are ready for the new year! I’m going to start with a nice big fat exam tomorrow. YAY. At least I have something fun to look forward to – I booked the hotel for London in two weeks 😀
This week on Nyx Book Reviews
As always, I started the new year with some statistics of the last year. In the end I actually did manage to reach 150 read books, although I did have to scramble some graphic novels in at the 31st. I also posted the first review of the year: one very nice historical paranormal romance.
This week on Irresponsible Cactus
Nothing… yet! I did schedule a graphic novel review for next week. I decided to post the more geeky stuff over there – so graphic novels, science non-fiction reviews, TV shows… If you’re interested, give me a follow over there as well (:
Read this week
- Planet of the Apes, Vol. 2: The Devil’s Pawn by Daryl Gregory – 4☆
- Polarity by Max Bemis – 5☆
- The Disappearing Spoon by Sam Kean – 4☆
- Suicide Risk, Vol. 1 by Mike Carey – 2☆
- Planet of the Apes, Vol. 3: Children of Fire by Daryl Gregory – 3☆
Sooooo, yeah. Four out of five books are graphic novels, but The Disappearing Spoon
is a non-fiction one about chemistry. I’m still really enjoying the Planet of the Apes comics, although the third one, Children of Fire was the weakest one so far. I’m looking forward to reading the conclusion to the series soon.
How was your week?